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Office Live Meeting for the MAC

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I have some mac users that would like to use Live Meeting.  
  - I found http://support.microsoft.com/kb/884961 which indicates we should be able to use it. My mac clients do meet the requirements given.
  -  I have read both that there is a client for mac and that there isnt.  
  - I have also read that they need to use Office Live Meeting Web access, but I cannot figure out how to get this.
  - I saw http://www.experts-exchange.com/Microsoft/Server_Applications/Q_24112398.html?sfQueryTermInfo=1+10+30+access+live+meet+web but I cannot find it on the CD.

We are using OCS RTM.

Can anyone help me get this figured out.  
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hi,

Microsoft Office Live Meeting is a different client from OCS live meeting Software.
Current live meeting software  does not work for Mac clients.At least I am not aware of one.

You can setup OCS 2007 Communicator Web Acess which enable Mac client to user their browser for IM and conferencing.
But it should be on a server different from OCS home server.


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